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7 Houston Bars with Awesome Super Bowl Parties

Take the game on the road and head to a Super Bowl watch party at your favorite bar instead.

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The biggest game of the year is taking place on February 1st. You could spend an arm and a leg making sure you have a sweet spread or just make your way to your local bar instead. The drinks will be flowing, the food plentiful and guaranteed great time to be had by all (just don't bring up Deflate-gate). Check out the map below for the hottest viewing parties in town to cheer on theNew England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Saint Arnold Brewing Company

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2000 Lyons Ave
Houston, TX 77020
(713) 686-9494
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Super Bowl Sunday may be all about the pigskin but at Saint Arnold Brewery, it's all about beef and brews. Houston's oldest craft brewing is throwing its second annual Super Beef Sunday. Bringing the heat and the smoke, two of the hottest pitmasters in the state: Will Buckman of Corkscrew BBQ in Spring and Wayne Mueller of Taylor's Louie Mueller Barbecue in Austin. Admission includes tasting, beer and a commemorative pint glass. Want the whole shebang? Reserve Mueller's racks of short ribs ($75) and whole briskets ($100) when purchasing a ticket.

Time: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Cost: $50; purchase tickets here.

[Photo: Blood Bros BBQ/Facebook]

2. The Hay Merchant

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1100 Westheimer Rd
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 523-9805
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Blood Bros. BBQ will take care of all your smoked meats needs during The Hay Merchant's Super Bowl viewing party. The traveling pop-up barbecue kitchen is offering beef rib plates (available for purchase) while the city's best craft beer bar will have the brews covered.

Time: 6 p.m.

Cost: Free admission [Photo: The Hay Merchant/Facebook]

3. 8th Wonder Brewery

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2202 Dallas St
Houston, TX 77003
(713) 229-0868
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The 8th Wonder Brewery crew is hosting a watch party inside its new taproom where there's plenty of televisions for watching the big game. Eatsie Boys and Patrick Feges' Feges BBQ will throw down in the kitchen, but if you get there early enough, you may score a taste of the brewery's inaugural release of Brewston Texas Pale Ale.

Time: Noon

Cost: Free admission; first come, first served [Photo: 8th Wonder Brewery/Facebook]

4. Revelry on Richmond

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1613 Richmond Ave.
Houston, TX 77006
(832) 538-0724
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Throw on your favorite team's jersey and make sure to wear your comfy pants. You'll need them. Revelry on Richmond is hosting an epic watch party complete with an all-you-can-eat buffet. For $20, stuff your face with hamburgers, pulled pork sliders, hot dogs and sausages on a stick. Also included on the spread, Frito pies and dips.

Time: 3 p.m.

Cost: $20; purchase tickets here.

[Photo: Revelry on Richmond]

5. The Refinery Burgers & Whiskey

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702 W Dallas St
Houston, TX 77019
(713) 487-0029
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In addition to burgers and brews, this Downtown sports bar will have mudbugs on the menu too. Double score!

Cost: Free admission

[Photo: The Refinery Burgers & Whiskey/Facebook]

6. GAGE Lounge

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2600 Travis Ste 104
Houston, TX 77006
(832) 649-2354
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Pull a seat and get ready for the big game with specials on select drinks all evening. Domestic beer buckets are $12 and Deep Eddy ruby red and lemonade cocktails are $5.

Time: 3 p.m.

Cost: General admission is free; additional cost to reserve tables. [Photo: GAGE Lounge/Facebook]

7. D&T Drive Inn

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1307 Enid St
Houston, TX 77009
(713) 868-6165
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Before the Seahawks and Patriots battle it out on the field, watch the Treadsack team compete for a different type of title. The chefs of the restaurant's current and forthcoming concepts are laying it all on the kitchen table to see whose wings are the best in all of Treadsack land: Mara Serna and Mark Decker of D&T Drive Inn; Richard Knight and Daniel Blue of Hunky Dory; Director of Restaurant Operations Benjy Mason; Graham Laborde of Bernadine's and P.J. Stoops of Foreign Correspondents. Try the wings for yourself, available for purchase before and during the game (12 for $10). Whether you're rooting for Seattle or Boston, show your support with New England and Washington beer flights.

Time: 4 p.m.

Cost: No cover charge

[Photo: Patricia Dewey]

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1. Saint Arnold Brewing Company

2000 Lyons Ave, Houston, TX 77020
Super Bowl Sunday may be all about the pigskin but at Saint Arnold Brewery, it's all about beef and brews. Houston's oldest craft brewing is throwing its second annual Super Beef Sunday. Bringing the heat and the smoke, two of the hottest pitmasters in the state: Will Buckman of Corkscrew BBQ in Spring and Wayne Mueller of Taylor's Louie Mueller Barbecue in Austin. Admission includes tasting, beer and a commemorative pint glass. Want the whole shebang? Reserve Mueller's racks of short ribs ($75) and whole briskets ($100) when purchasing a ticket.

Time: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Cost: $50; purchase tickets here.

[Photo: Blood Bros BBQ/Facebook]
2000 Lyons Ave
Houston, TX 77020

2. The Hay Merchant

1100 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77006
Blood Bros. BBQ will take care of all your smoked meats needs during The Hay Merchant's Super Bowl viewing party. The traveling pop-up barbecue kitchen is offering beef rib plates (available for purchase) while the city's best craft beer bar will have the brews covered.

Time: 6 p.m.

Cost: Free admission [Photo: The Hay Merchant/Facebook]
1100 Westheimer Rd
Houston, TX 77006

3. 8th Wonder Brewery

2202 Dallas St, Houston, TX 77003
The 8th Wonder Brewery crew is hosting a watch party inside its new taproom where there's plenty of televisions for watching the big game. Eatsie Boys and Patrick Feges' Feges BBQ will throw down in the kitchen, but if you get there early enough, you may score a taste of the brewery's inaugural release of Brewston Texas Pale Ale.

Time: Noon

Cost: Free admission; first come, first served [Photo: 8th Wonder Brewery/Facebook]
2202 Dallas St
Houston, TX 77003

4. Revelry on Richmond

1613 Richmond Ave., Houston, TX 77006
Throw on your favorite team's jersey and make sure to wear your comfy pants. You'll need them. Revelry on Richmond is hosting an epic watch party complete with an all-you-can-eat buffet. For $20, stuff your face with hamburgers, pulled pork sliders, hot dogs and sausages on a stick. Also included on the spread, Frito pies and dips.

Time: 3 p.m.

Cost: $20; purchase tickets here.

[Photo: Revelry on Richmond]
1613 Richmond Ave.
Houston, TX 77006

5. The Refinery Burgers & Whiskey

702 W Dallas St, Houston, TX 77019
In addition to burgers and brews, this Downtown sports bar will have mudbugs on the menu too. Double score!

Cost: Free admission

[Photo: The Refinery Burgers & Whiskey/Facebook]
702 W Dallas St
Houston, TX 77019

6. GAGE Lounge

2600 Travis Ste 104, Houston, TX 77006
Pull a seat and get ready for the big game with specials on select drinks all evening. Domestic beer buckets are $12 and Deep Eddy ruby red and lemonade cocktails are $5.

Time: 3 p.m.

Cost: General admission is free; additional cost to reserve tables. [Photo: GAGE Lounge/Facebook]
2600 Travis Ste 104
Houston, TX 77006

7. D&T Drive Inn

1307 Enid St, Houston, TX 77009
Before the Seahawks and Patriots battle it out on the field, watch the Treadsack team compete for a different type of title. The chefs of the restaurant's current and forthcoming concepts are laying it all on the kitchen table to see whose wings are the best in all of Treadsack land: Mara Serna and Mark Decker of D&T Drive Inn; Richard Knight and Daniel Blue of Hunky Dory; Director of Restaurant Operations Benjy Mason; Graham Laborde of Bernadine's and P.J. Stoops of Foreign Correspondents. Try the wings for yourself, available for purchase before and during the game (12 for $10). Whether you're rooting for Seattle or Boston, show your support with New England and Washington beer flights.

Time: 4 p.m.

Cost: No cover charge

[Photo: Patricia Dewey]
1307 Enid St
Houston, TX 77009

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